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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 August 1867

A Word of Caution, The 'hi}icago Tribune, one of the oldest The a nd ablest lepublican papers in the Uni- Preside Stat . a paper that may be said to have Conven tS up the Republican party in the north- white (1 Upl, t. a one whose advice should always the pla wtaednd on account of its- age and the cant ei S ability displayed in its editorials, adopte' l"isters the following word of caution South. ttb Republican party of the South. We Congre fel that no apology is necessary in laying the co] ore ruraders the matured opinions of mere h b.ore onished an advocate of th purest rudely o blian pricirpleS. The Tribune says: meat o ,ueýpublican party has a rdsponsibil- ency. to the country, in the matter of tecon- who w 'ac oa,, which it cannot shirk nor escape. for an Astrt' Johnson organized governments Jeffers Anrebel States, and offered them to submit thbeI and asked their recogniton and few w! Coea as legal State governments. compei ,se, refused them, and proceeded to desire =Co fo...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 28 August 1867

NEW ORLEANS BUSINESS CARDS. A /.I "r ) Y'.4r L, ' BELY1AW, Etc. 1JOST'ICK & SEYMOUIR, 38 Fulton .l street, Wholesalo dea'lers in Metals, 'I lardware, Ship Chandlery, iPeanulholo tand Nailroadl suplqiles. Ai.utlte Mr Now York liclting and Packing Co. Inov 2 7-I".i / ly IVftI /'.&' LA /78 //I, .1C1Y. I. " - . OO(. )i') e CO('., fi7 Tel!uo pitoul.as jl, . strecl. Special attcnlion given to ,lollin^ Mala:krel, Codlish, llerring, Butter, 1 C(ltees and hard. nor S 1t. ; ly -_ ." 1 . awrrlyOI) & 0o; (bit inm of .io Hyde & Goodrich). oiabliiehd in New Orlean :i) years. Manufi4cdtltaros and In plortersi f Watches, Jewelry, Silnerwa ire, S (!uutlry, GIlnls and Pistole, cord~ Canal ud Royal streets. jnov 26 1866 ly .1 G IBRItNIG, Artist in THir and dealr " in Watches artd Jewelry, No. 11 Cainal street. 1'uremnum awarded at the late Fair for best ITair work. Watches re l,.ired and warranted. A. R~-MANN, dec 14 1J6( ly Wa tclhmaker T EEDS' FOUNDRIY, corner IkDelordlaud, . ' ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 September 1867

I· - . I I Ki:, U tf . - .. .. .... O I I N '" "' ' - a ! t . : ~~I.v E'' nISS T TEIEi WORL Wror·z~Q~T VOLUME 23 I ALEXANDRIA,; ... 'WDD¥,r"P...+ LOUISIANA ' " .. 'PTEM1BEJ' 4:: 187 NIJMBII11 ,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~. kmmmn ,nniuumunm lui":ln m...... nlunn lnnn:~, ......' :.'" ;i . ..::... "'°" ..·. ; .':.'.!' ..: ....... .. f n. .' "~ |' i-," TERMS:' i o T: DEoXCRAT is publ'h' weely at nal Fmi DoLlas .per annum,' TaRE .for tsix lo igoaths, payable in adv9 ioe. No subecrip tion take for' a lessi peiod than six mnosthe. AjDVRTIB.RXTs ip~erted at the rate of 15 $1 50 PpE sQUARE for the fis insertion and A 55 sis for each aulsequenktone. Eight tit lit;ofless,coni dstithtd A seaare. The fol' e loWig are our rates to yearly advertisers: pU Oe cohluml............. .. 3 00 No Halfcpluman........ ... ...15 00:' Third of column..;........... .. 130 00 Fourth of.columm... t.......... 100 00tr ( es, r(ybg yiadc of eight linesor less,) . .. :....... ... . 20 a l0 . bl ntttay ee, iamarr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 September 1867

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: lette WEDn ESDAY...... SEPT. 4th. 2867. Gray liFtle ' We would earnestly remihd a large number of our patrons, that they are now running over six months into fa a new year's subscilption of the DEM- COni OCRAT, and have so far failed or for- trot gotten to call. at the office and plank rem down the dough. All such we hope m will take the gentle lint and come and f t see us.. sist " " - -the The Levees,. Ne -- anc Genera' Sheridan has issued a very mel important Order on the subject of the Noo different levees in the overflowed far- set Ishes. We have received it too late for flec publication this issue. Suffice it to say ma that the Police Jury of the Parish of unj Saspidea is ordered to meet in extra ses- tioi sion on nextMonday the 9th inst. We Ge: hope that every one will take the trou- sul ble to give this information to the mem- ani bera in order to insureafull attendance. me a' The different wings of the Mon- tio grel party of our Parish are already on the ram...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 September 1867

0-N, GEORGE H. PEDLETON th t ON THE Stat ISSUES OF THE DAY. roe govt The following able and eloquent speech otat was delivered by Ilon. George H. Pendle- all I ton, at gt. Paul, Minn., of the 11th of July: And I thank you for this friendly greeting.- and Ibafor a long time desiredtutvisitthese The nw Northwestern States. I lad heard- its c who has not ?--f the fertility of their soil, it w f the beauty of their senery, of 11e healthl- fron *ns of their climate, of the Wonderful taim l penrt which ha, as if by the mag. gres So fairy's wand, converted their forests Ling jtarms and cities. I had read from one tion Sroe with a master's power of these men -central plains, where the St. Law- com ~ ad the Mississippi kiss each other stor fence he, separate for their long jour- of toLpe ocean, above .which the sun cup se diý th seems to libget in admiration said Smo ment in its ceaseless course to th9 ty, Naoiie, where the icy blsats of the North uni1 are melted to cool breetes in the warm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 4 September 1867

NEW ORLEANS BUSINESS CARDS. Al BOSTICK & SEYMOUR, 38 Fulton street, Wholesale dealers in Methls, Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Steamboat and Railroad supplies. Agents for New York ltltlng and Packing Co. ov 28 1866 ly 7rIIOL ESASLR 1F.4 .J[C IS. HI Q D. MOODY & CO., 67 Tehoupitodas le 1J street. Special attention given to pt telling Mackerel, Codfish, Herring, Butter, ly Cheese and Lard. st nov 28 1866 ly JEyrLY' & F.AIJYCF OOJ)&8. A B. GRISWOLD & CO,, (old firm of c0 i. Hlyde & Goodrich) established in New Orleans 50 years. Manufactureis and Importers of Watches,Jewelry, Silverware, sl Cutlery, Oinns and Pistols, corner Canal and Royal streets. nov 28 1866 ly F 2 BRU NIG, Artist in Hair and dealer G"in Watches aild Jewelry, No. 118 Caual street. Premium awarded at the late Fair for best Hair work. Watches re paired and warranted. A. RIEMAN', dec 12 1866 ly Watchmaker Fo I;f fY C sr.9 A LEEDS' FOUNDRY;ecorner Delord and Founcher streets, Mannfacturer Steam Engi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 September 1867

,,Y --- . T W. ,. os..,.T] W.~L IS -OVE" l:q'D TOO E Ul'a r, t" ..o, OPTO VOUME 23. ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA WEDNESAY, SEPTEMBER ;1I867. 12.NUMB T ElEM i~ : Ta Dsxuour.t Is published weekly, at ts poun.tas per annum, THtaE for six moaths, payable in advance. No subscrip tion takel for a less period than six months. Aortsfrr5Pvr.Ts Inserted at the rate of $1 50 rR SQUAAE for the first insertion and ;5 Czxrs for each subsequent one. Eight lines or less, constitute a square. The fol lowing are our rates to yearly advertisers: One column... ................ $300 00 Ihalfeolumn................... 175 00 Third of columa............... 130 00 Fowrth of column.............. 100 00 Card, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,) ................ 20 08 • Obiluary notices, marriages, publice meet nus, cards of thanks, etc. to be paid for as ents. ".. erional cards, when admissible,charged doable the usual advertisements. The Progress and Impediments of Reconstruction. IERSCIIEL v. JOHNSON ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 September 1867

ALEXANDRIA, LA,: WEDNEBDAY ...... SEPT. 11, 1867. W' We would earnestly remind a large number of our patrons, That they are now running over six months into a new year's subscription of the DEM OCArT, and have so far failed or for gotten to call at the office and plank down the dough. All such we hope will take the gentle hint and come and see us, tP'Th Edhitr of the DnerioCAT will please announce the name of CA ROi , J.01ES as a candidate for the coning Conven tion, and oblige his numerous support ers from RAPIDES, PIMJE WOODS. " IThe Editor ofthe 1ouisiana Dem vcrat will announce, cu Pip BROOKS, af a Candidate for th&ionveitipn and oblige * 'Aorod Jo*ERT. Y'Byr~.tence.to our-colamnit will be perceived that t wo cadidates are la the Mldfrlthe onivehtiort pfrize.- Colonel Brooks speaks ~or idmself in; his address torthe voters and we will pass him by without further eom aept. Se*eral of our largest voting pte cints have had informal and social meetings; and have paid us our fee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 September 1867

A High-Handed Measure. A -a COb TTlIONAL EAL, OfP lARDEN, ARE., PDRrOYED BY UNITED STATES SOLDIERS. A circular has been issued by the pro- 1 reto of the Constitutional Eagle, a i] rewspspCr published at Camden, Ark., ad- II reased to their patrons, announcing the r< .fat that during the absence of the editors ti sad employees from the office, an armed I squad of about thirty men, detailed from 1l _ve.comdpoy on duty at that place and a beaded by the second officer in command at tbt post, broke open the doors of their t ffice, about daybreak on the morning of he 8th it., and removed all the material ut t their camps, with the exception of i bhat they destroyed, or scattered on the S'oute. The cause assigned for this highhanded t outrage, they pretended to find in the fol lowing paragraph, which appeared in the olumns of the Constitutional Eagle some jime previously : ,A DECIDED NUmSANCE.-WO are credi bly informed that the soldiers stationed at s place, are in the habit of comhing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 11 September 1867

NEWT ORLEANu S BUSINESS CARI S. I)OSC'TICK & SEYMOUR, :.8 Fulton s) street, Whole:sale dealehs in Metals, I ardw;are, Ship Chan.dlery, Steamnl'oat aind }railroad sunpplies. Agents for New York llting and Parking Co. nv 2- 1:4'46 ly S ]i. MOO1)Y &. CO)., (;7 T1!unpitonlas 0street. Sccial attention given to aelling Mackere-l, Codfish, lierring, Butter, Clheese aid Lard. nov 2d 18yG ly ,JE1 gLYl' F& IMA"C 11 000'T). RA .. GRISWOLD) & CO., (old firm ofý . ll'yde & Goodrich) esHtalishled in New Orleans I years. Manufacturers and Importers of Watches, Jewelry, Sil verware, Cutlery, Gins and Pistols, corner Canal and Itoyal streets. nov 28 1866 ly G IBRNIG, Artist in Ihair and dealer * in Watclhes and Jewelry, No. 118 ('anal street. 1'reninnm awarded at the late Fair for best Hlair work. Watches re l;aired and warranted. A. RIEMANN, Sdec 12 1863 ly Watchmaker G'lkIZEN 6SEE8S. E F. VIRGIN, successor to D. Manpay, S])Dealer in Seeds, No. 104 Gravier Street, between Camp ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 September 1867

i 1- . ~ i "t · : ( · :: 1 ~i, ·1: .·· ·;: : .~~ ·: tS · '~ i ·· ' :i .: r I: r .la ; ? ;la I i · -·-- t ·~ :I; , I it i'' ···I ~ ·J.:r-· I:; ~· : --·-.· 1' i I,' i ! i.'i .. · ~:,21 ~I·I !;4lj-l·tPI;-·, fll· i II·I :1 ·'; I r:· · I ·· : :·1 " .-. ·. .i ; ~· ; i r tl:: i " ri it r : : II, i .. i' ;·i ,· :': ': i '" ,;CIIV I~I 1~1 i .· )· " ,`i (I ·~ I . j : · .~I;L·~~ ·· ·~·: !..·,: ,:;f.';.·;11~55 .. ;j r. ::i .. r. 1.": fr i ,: .·; .i · ;' ,,' ·~'2:· :: , ·; I .I ·: , : I :i! ::: .;rir···u;r-t:-iir ~-· -`· ,I: ·t~7~03ieXJ3 Ia GO~V~3iL~JEI~I~ TOO M~E~OH,'-~31~~T~i101 ~iRi ; ~?lc. E60SShTI · r : ·· ii ·· a;ELoasEa~~~e~ra i t, ·: 5 I i 1 i ( .e ~u~E:aalt;; I·,nA: IBIA, L; IS rN[ESD M8.B-8 ·I i r ··- · I birr· .i· ~· i Ti D *ocrt is published weekly, at . P)OLLsas per annum, TnREB for six .jjoths, payable in advance. No subacrip tion taken for a less period than six Pnths. ADv.~VZRIB1ENTS aiserted .at the rate 'of i 50arc soqun for the, fit ineetion and ' C irs for each subsequent o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 September 1867

ALEXAND.RIAr LA,: WEDNESDAY....... SEPT. 18; 1867. L° We would earnestly remind a i hrge number of our patrons, that-they I are now running over six months into i a new year's subscription of the DEx *)CRAT, and have so far failed or for gotten to call at the office and planen down the dough, All such we hope will take the gentle hint and corne and : n 118.. GOOD AND GLORIOUS, "Behold how brightly breaks the morning." Last week we gave our readers the cheering intelligence of the democratic tornado in California-and we now give them further glad tidings' of the i steady tramp of the unferrified democ ao of tli4 co4 .f Vierily, 'ie. old 1 cry is again heard electrifying the 1 whole land, and bringing joy and cota fort to the true patriots of trio country.f Trhe Democrhi are on thh war-path to victory and have pat bn their war paint. The State of Maine . that last year gave the Radical eandidate fr Govern- t or over 28,000 majority, this year bare ly re-eleets himi by a small majorit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 September 1867

ANNO uNEMENTS, governi T f he Editor of the DEMOCRAT will rnk o e announO ce the name of who w RROLL JONES states e a candidate for the coming Conven- 2, A tio, and oblige his numerous support otherw era front. person er fro COTILE, ed ore RAPIDES, of the PINE WOODS. . 3 may se gý he Esditor ofthe Louisiana Dem ocrat will anuounce, naval OUPID BROOKS, heldtc as Candidate for the ConventioTi atid tiribI SBAYou ROBERT. the l oblig n r the in any there r E AN E M B preser - the se 1Eimo tion by the Preidenit of the unto( United States ingto Whereas, In the month of July, A. D. Wx. 1861, the two houses of Congress, with ex traordinarY unanimity, solemnly declared tlthewar then existing Was hot !aged on the part of the Government in any spirit of oppression, nor for any purpose of con- . quest or subjugation nor purpose of over throwing or interfering with the rights or othe establislied institutions of the States, but to defend and maintain the supremacy of the Constitution and to pres...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 18 September 1867

NEW ORLEANS BUSINESS CARDS. MR2Ai'0 #-x z.E /1;EL 7IXG, Ete. B OSTICK & SEYMOUR, 38 Fulton street, Wholesale dealers in Metals, Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Steamnboatand Railroad supplies. Agents for Now York Belting and Packing Co. nov 28 1866 ly V.IIO .L /. q1 FIS'11, JC S. D. MOOD1)Y & CO., 67 Tchonpitonlas * street. Special attention given to selling Mackerel, Codfish, Herring, Butter, Cheese and Lard. nov '28 1866 ly .JIr.;YIflfly" FANsC.T GOOZS. A . GRISWOLD & CO., (old firm of s H3yde & Goodrich) cstablished in New Orleans 50 years. Manufacturers and Ilmporters of Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Cutlery, (Inns and Pistols, corner Canal and Royal streets. nov 28 1866 ly BRIINIG, Artist in Hair and dealer G" in Watches and Jewelry, No. 118 Canal street. Premium awarded at the late Fair for best Hair work. Watches re paired and warranted. A. RIEMANN, dec 12 1866 ly Watchlunaker GA _ VSEN' 8SEE3. F. VIRGIN, successor to D.Maupsy, E Dealer in Seeds, No. 104 Gravier S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 September 1867

. . .. -- -- -.M . - - ::r q .! ' :':. . ,J . ":l _. _,.. . _ __- - -. , . ." , .  ., # ..,, : ... ... .. ._L .., ,, :,.; : ,v...:... . ,, ,: , 1 , , ,,. .., w ..... 'T;. ..:.; u. f:m-' ,'.<.r ;1 es ...:o-'t ,".r , ..:.,,' '.T, r., "`-'-t7i~lfiY~ "" ",-_-",^. l liii uA III r ,>" .4i 11 .i , ,, . ~Y i " ', "sý , .. ..• .. .. ,ýý1 .ý/ ý .... . . r - " ' T BIOSSAT-] I " VtiUME 23 _ _ALEXA ŽDRIALOIJISI&jN 1W ~ Dxocac T is published weekly, a .,ýDaus per annum, THREE for six monal, peyable in advance. XNo subscrip tiSon 'lake for a less period than 8six menths. ,AsVsRT1s5i5NTa inserted ft the rate of io "a SQUARE for the first insertion and 75Cewrs for each subsequent one. Eight finapr less, constitute a square. The fol lewisre our rates to yearly advertisers: .i. . ....................$300o o00 Ilacolumn................. 175 00 This of column.. ......... 130 00 Podrth of olumn.,.............. 100 00 O0d, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,) .............

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 September 1867

ALEXANDRIA, LA,.: WEDNESDAY ..... SEPT. 25, 1867. !' We would earnestly remindr a large number of our patrons, that they are now running over six monthsto a new year's subscription of the DErr ,,CRAT, and have so far failed or for gotten to call at the office and plank down the dough. All such we hope will take the gentle hint and come and see us. To A CORItESPOXDENT.-All right. THINOS ARCUT' HOME. THarvey's meditationf among the T'ombs could not certainly be more sad and dull, than the present appearance ,f Alexandria. Never in our recollie tion has our Town shown such fearful signs of hard times. and scarcityofimon ey. How she is to recuperate, how pass through this fiery ordeal some pro phet or some kin to a prophet must come along and foretell! With the exception of a stray Freed men here and there acting Connrer for some regro aspirant, and some white nigger hugging a newly enfranchised Cudjo to get his tote at the approach ing reconstruction jubilee, it is a hard task for the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 September 1867

The Editot of the DeJtrcR-Twil iasno ae tliintfyn of " . IRROLL JONES a candidate for tle coning CoQven i~'i t noblige hi nunmenous support era fro,. .. COTILE, R APIDES, . lE WOODS. The Edior of the Louisiana Dem crat will announce, ,CUPID BROOKS, i-sea ididate for the Convention and ohbliPrU _ 1h ou -.oiz zzl 61, Amu std: ¢itfr,,rO e New York Oititen;, th.] The PresidCt, has oxhibite a1i8cia 4oa rel with Stanton, for the first time, the quality of cunning. If it is true that he had the approval of the other members of his Cabinet, they will be unable to object, when their time comes. Grant is commit-' ted by accepting the place, ,andthe risk of violent resistance is avoided. If the Presi dent were to head off Stevens with his -"mild measure of confiscation" by a mild proclamation of amnmuty, he would be master of the situation. tt is true thtit he has kept the Republican party in existence by resisting its desires, and flas heoretofore assuired the triumph of his enemies; but th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 25 September 1867

WIll(1E1NS BUSISN 'ARDS. .'/ I/.'l "") ).-j 111:'. !/L." YiVG;, ."etc. B OSTICK r& MIXYMOUR, 3S Fulton . street, Wholesale dealers in Metals, Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Steamlboatand ?ailroad supplies. Agents for New York 'elting and Packing Co. nov 28 1i; ly S. 1). MOODY & CO., 67 Tehoupitoulas J. streett. Special attcention given tol selling Mackerel, Codfish, Hlerring, Butter, Cheese and Lard. 1n(V 28 1866 ly E VE' PAA d* 'CY G0 0)8. A 13. GRISWOLD & CO., (old firm of " Hyde & Goodrich) established in New Orleans 50 years. Mannfacturers and I mporters of Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Ontlery, Guns and Pistols, .orner Canal and Royal streets. nov 28 1866 ly G BRITNIG, Artist in Hair and dealer * in Watches anda Jewelry, No. 118 ;anal street. Premium awarded at the late Fair for best Hiair work. Watches re a,;ired ond warranted. A. RIEMANN, dec 12 186 ly Watchmaker GA.14 EN 8REE1)S. rL P. VIRGIN, successor to D. Manpay, I* Dealer in Seeds, No. 104 Gravier $treet, b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 October 1867

7, `. ,tr1t~t A~ i i.. ¢ r 3 ýj , ý y /ý C "ý .t :.ii e1 «a i4 . r 'i. ý ý!; 7 Ea'O ~ý - . _} ir ( ( P , '4k3 i 's{a n ^ Iý " VOLUME_23.1 * ALEXANDRLA, LQJIA , Wt ~ : ·-~-,l N;~ g'f;DpoaoATr is published weekly, a F~vn DoL ase per annum, Tnau for six montho,payable in advance. No subscrip tin taken for a less period than six mouths. 4eDaTrIaxEYTS in8erted at the rate of S50 M s sqYARaE for the first insertion and 5 Ciars for each subsequent one. Eight' lIa or less, constitute a square.. The fol lowing are oar rates to yearly advertisers: One column....................$300 00 -hlf column.................... 1'5 00 'rd of column........... .... 130 00 Feouth of column.............. 100 00 uIts, (occupying space of eight lines, or less,)............ . 20 00 Obituary notices, marriages, pubhe meet ag,aards of thanks, etc. to be paid for as hadertisements. Personal cards, when admis1ible,charged doable the usual adverti ementa General Sheridan ExezomMunioeted From the OAQtbalic OhuroI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 2 October 1867

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: WEDNESDAY .......... OCT. 2 2867. I7t We would earnestly remind a large number of our patrons, that they are now running ever six months into a new year's subscription of the DEMI OcaAT, and have so far failed or for gotten to call at the office and plank down the dough. All such we hope will take the gentle hint and come and see uns The Town on Election Days. , We have the proud satisfaction of jpecially complimenting our people of fall colors, sexes and depominations, of the manner and way in ,vhich they be haved and conducted themselves on last Friday and Saturday. Ites im~es Bible to conceive or imagine :any it provement in good conduct that could make it more honorable at' praisewor thy in the estimation of all good citi aena. Although the vote cast here rea cdhed nearly fifteen hundred, not the least confusion, the least disturbance no noise, no loud talking, no swearing, and last, though not least, no drunken oss can be said to have oecured, even for a si;gle...

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